Stian HÃ¥klev and Leigh Blackall talk about international developments in open education, refering to Stian's work looking at open education in China, as presented at the Vancouver Open Education Conference (http://openedconference.org/archives/511) and he's talk at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Open Education Around the World (http://reganmian.net/blog/publications-and-presentations/) Topics: Open Educational Development, Open Education, Otago Polytechnic, Ontario Institute for Studies in...
Audio goes with the Flickr slide presenation: http://www.flickr.com/photos/leighblackall/sets/1402220/ Melissa's fine music: http://www.archive.org/audio/audio-details-db.php?collection=camomille&collectionid=camomille076&from=landingReviews
A short presentation given to the Faculty of Health Sciences at La Trobe University, Bendigo Campus. Points raised include: Professional education is ignoring the impact of Google, Youtube and Wikipedia. That 4 minutes and 12 seconds is a target time frame for teaching through video. That Michael Wesch's video called An Anthropological Introduction to Youtube is a good reference. And that mini lectures and short demos recorded using a mobile phone are a simple place to start. References:... Topics: video, networked learning, education, health, professional development, teaching
On 15 October at 730 pm we had another 10 minute lecture on Elluminate: - Derek Chirnside speaking about Adding a community flavour to our courses. Topics: online learning communities, otago polytechnic, 10 minute lectures
Stewart Cheifet, Director of Collections at the Internet Archive, speaks to Leigh Blackall about the Archive's initiatives and scope of posibilities for educational institutions in New Zealand and Australia Topics: archive leighblackall, stewartcheifet, education, digitalstorage
We visited the CERES Community Environment Park in Brunswick Melbourne. Met Noel Blencowe from the Governance Team for the Park. Noel gives us an over view of CERES, its 25 year history, challenges, financials, research, education, projects. AN inspiring place!
Audio visual recording of the talk given by James Neill and Leigh Blackall, for the University of Canberra, at the 2010 annual conference of Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia. Notes to support this presentation are kept on Wikiversity.
Orientation lecture for the University of Canberra course, Business, Politics and Sport http://bps.ucniss.net/2011/08/presentation-for-orientation-to-unit.html Topics: sport, education, politics, business
Heike, Ian and I hiked up to the Brewster Hut and ski toured around the Brewster Glacier on the weekend. It's way late in the season, but just as I upload this video it is snowing down to sea level again! Its nearly mid November!!